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The former PlayStation BFF has netted another pile of money for whatever it's up to, joining a previously raised $5.5 million. With this fresh cash in the bag the studio has started "a new phase of development."
Okay, maybe not but it is playing Jenga at a reasonable level. You know, FOR A CAT. The best bit's at the end where it looks at the last move for a good few seconds before trashing the game. That's exactly how I play.
There aren't enough faces or palms in the world right now for Nintendo. The company's just announced that if you want to play its games on YouTube you'll need to get clearance via "an affiliate ad revenue sharing program".
"As we look to bring this experience to the players, we have decided to spend some extra time to deliver on the promise we made when we first introduced the game. As such, you can expect The Order: 1886 to come exclusively to the PlayStation 4 in early 2015." Ru Weerasuriya, Ready At Dawn
Here's your first look at Traveller's Tales' third brick-based Batman, Beyond Gotham. The latest in the series builds on the suits of the last installment but takes the action into space, including some very Resogun-like shooting sections - ironically with a less blocky appearance than the original source.
This Wolf Among Us Cosplay is undoubtedly good, but how much are you allowed to add in post production before it's cheating? In my view if you can't go out in real life and show it off that's too far. This just about scrapes through that check.
Some new info on Game Informer has revealed more on Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare's arsenal. Top picks include a gun that 3D prints its own ammo and a plasma rifle. They are really going for it this year.
Man, there was some classy and creative cosplay at this weekend's MCM Expo. And Samus. There's always Samus. Here are some of the best pictures from the event courtesy of Conventional Characters and our own Keza.
As the tagline for the Kickstarter video says: "How is this not a thing yet?" Sabertron is a set of foam swords with built in scoring, adding a video game element to the age old pastime of 'hitting people'.
Worried about how your PC is going to handle Watch Dogs? Don't worry - Digital Storm got this, running the game on both 'ultra' and 'low' setting. It's not exactly a 'throw your toys out the pram' difference.